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Hyperemesis Gravidarum rarely ends at 12 weeks of pregnancy. It typically improves in the middle of pregnancy, but symptoms often last until birth. 

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Ward Pack 

A pack created to raise awareness of the charity and condition in local healthcare settings. Order one of these today and distribute this vital information to your local area.

Spread the word!

PSS Ward Pack

This pack contains

  • What Pregnancy Sickness Support does and how we can help Health Care Professionals caring for women with NVP and HG
  • PSS Support Network Leaflets

To be displayed in waiting areas and given to women suffering with the condition

  • PSS Contact cards

To be given to patients suffering to enable them to access further support and information

  • PSS Posters

To be used for displays within Early Pregnancy Units, Emergency Gynaecology units, Gynaecology wards and Maternity Units

  • PSS Stickers

To be stuck on maternity notes of women suffering and around areas used by patients in Early Pregnancy Units such as toilet doors

  • PSS Pen
  • PSS lanyard
  • PSS & BPAS research poster

 “I could not survive another day”

  • PSS and Spewing Mummy research poster

“Stop telling us to take ginger for Hyperemesis Gravidarum”

  • PSS and Plymouth University research poster

“Day Units for Hyperemesis Gravidarum”

 

Cost:       £3.50 + P&P



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